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of the story. here with reaction, sara schaeffer and capitalist pig jonathan hoenig. fox news contributor. what do you think of that? >> i think councilman we have a serious problem of poverty in the district of columbia. i drove bit shelter on way to the studio. where he is wrong and misguided unfortunately that boosting the minimum wage doesn't make those low-skilled workers anymore valuable to the labor market. it mines places like walmart as you suggested are going to hire fewer people. it especially bad for young, unskilled workers. they're not simply looking for compensation. they're look for skills so they can then get the next job. i think that's a gross oversight. melissa: see, jonathan, i totally, when he says, you couldn't live on this wage, you couldn't support your family on this wage, that is abs absolutely true. i don't think anyone argues that. the problem this is a wage you earn to get started in the system working and then over time you're supposed to gain the skills and education to move out and do something else. the problem is, the very few people who get stuck as a career
, jonathan grub rn, professor of economics. he helped craft the affordable care act, and michael smerconish, an msnbc contributor. michael, i want to start with you. you have been struggling dealing with this affordable care act, trying to get coverage for you and your family. but it sound like you had something of a breakthrough today. >> i have had a horrific experience since october 1st, lawrence. in fact, i remember naively waking up at 5:00 a.m. on the day of the launch, thinking i would go on the site, explore my options, go on the radio and say here they are for my family of five. for eight weeks, could not get any satisfaction online until today. i'm online right now in real time, in fact, i don't think you'll bow able to see it too clearly -- >> hold it up, we'll try. >> all right, there are the 24 plans that are now available for my wife and me and our three sons. our daughter is about to hit 26, so she'll no longer be on the plan, but i can tell you i have 24 plans available to me. i'm in pen pep. we don't even have our own exchange. this via the federal exchange. they range on t
to be president and how it's changed him. howard fineman is a political analyst and jonathan capehart is an msnbc contributor. howard, i was really taken with your perception there. i actually missed it because i was so busy trying to prepare myself to follow up. but you hit something in your years of experience, presidents don't talk about what it's like to be me, if you will. >> no, they don't. and they don't do it in public. i mean, i've covered a lot of presidents, chris, and i've gotten to know them pretty upclose. and they are sometimes self-reflective. but usually in private and usually only momentarily. they don't let their guard down very much. but i think in this case in that interview yesterday which i still think was extraordinary, the president was kind of thinking out loud and talking out loud about his situation. let's face it, his poll ratings are down, so he's got three years left in a second term he's not sure what he's going to do with. and i think sometimes he wonders how he's going to muster the motivation to muscle through, as he puts it. that's a phrase he uses. but here he
this country with honor. >> ron reagan is a political analyst and jonathan capehart is an msnbc contributor. ron, this sort of old republican thing here about making fun of people because they're unemployed, i think of factory towns where the factory closes. and it's very hard to imagine just pulling up stakes and heading to some other part of the world to get a job. but that's what i guess rand paul thinks they ought to do quick as hell. and the idea the unemployed want to be unemployed is crazy because everybody hates being unemployed. everybody i met hated it except for a short time, nobody wants to watch television all day when they could be an active part of society and proud of themselves. >> well, it's another example that the republicans or particular republicans of being just counterfactual on the one hand. there are no studies that indicate that, you know, if you receive unemployment, you then don't want to work. and from a common sense point of view, how do you imagine that somebody who's already earned an inadequate salary is now going to be satisfied earning half of that money
. jonathan corpina on the floor of the new york stock exchange. jonathan gets to follow my interaction from charlie gasparino over baby names. we're on track for third names of declines. what is going on? do we get back in positive territory this week or next week? >> i like the interaction with charlie. on girl's list i hit two of the top three. adam: there you go. congratulationss. >> there we go. as far as our markets are concerned we've been talking about this are a while. what will derail our market, with will shake our market? few things going on. the "detroit news" is not investors panic sell or reason to sell. risk off coming into the market, historically markets move higher. i think we will continue to see the market move higher but on a short-term basis right now we're seeing a little risk-off trade. that is why we have the little market celloff. let's not panic or overreact. we will take a couple steps back every once in a while. adam: jonathan corpina, if you have any sons in the future, charlie says consider vito or sal. >> there are no more children in my future. lori: at love
group of cme. jonathan corpina on floor of new york stock exchange. phil, we'll start with you. gold prices are falling near the lowest levels of the year. $1200 is danger point, right? >> eally is. that is the talk where the nominal cost of production. it had a real hard time, every time it is been below there once. it didn't stay there long. a lot going on. we're looking at economic data here in the u.s., better than expected. mario draghi, didn't sound like the dove we thought he would be. that means less stimulus in europe. gold bulls do not like to hear the talk. we'll wait to see how the jobs report tomorrow is before we get excited about the market. up big yesterday. a bit of a pullback today. adam: we had quite a bit of, understanding about oil yesterday. what is happening with prices. they're on track for another straight day of gains, phil? >> they really are. we're seeing big unwinding right now in the brent wti spread. if you remember last couple weeks it would be buying brent, selling wti, that is all changing. we're getting oil from the gulf coast. down towards the gul
be happening sooner than we think. let's s have jonathan hoenig explain are you buying into that and would you be buying that now? >> the market seems to be suggesting that. not just the data that we have the last couple of days, but also a lot of the actual stock actions within the market itself. reaching the llmited partnerships, all of the dividend oriented stocks and investments that people made because of government intervention. which you alluded to. you need low interest rates that cause people to make an vestment based on assumptions and this could get out of line very quickly this continues. neil: the recovery could be picking up, believe it or not. you by economically sensitive issues or the indexes themselves? >> yes, i think you would with some of these issues, but i think that we are getting a little bit aheadof ourselves and i don't think quite yet that the fed is going to show signs of tapering. mitch mcconnl was more reticent than mitch mcconnell. we have seen an incredible run-up in the market because of what john has just said. neil: you are keeping rates very low right throu
roberts, jonathan brodsky, and jeff cox and rick santelli. jonathan, you're feeling as, listen, we've had good gains, you're telling your client, take some profits, but money somewhere else. >> yeah. our perspective is the u.s. markets have done well. there's a lot of opportunity around the world. a lot of inefficiencies to be sought out. we're telling them to rebalance some gains they've seen in the u.s. markets. >> which you're saying to people, maybe we have more to go here on the selloff. buy the dip crowd not here necessarily, but you think they're lurking? >> yeah, i do. the first couple weeks of december, mutual funds distributed out capital gains, dividends and interest. it's not unusual to see selling early in the month but a lot of mutual funds are behind the curve, so i think we could see a rally into the close. >> jeff, we've noticed that the market doesn't have the kind of oomph, they're not buying the dip. you've noticed a rather ominous statistic at the new york stock exchange. >> at the new york stock exchange, a lot of people are using borrowed money to buy stocks. we're
reporting by jonathan martin this weekend in the "times." there's hillary clinton asking what you and i would do in the same situation. you're asking somebody to spot the people and who they are in the community. who the state reps, the city council people. you got to know if you want to run for office. >> you have to if you're going to run for president. listen, clintons are good at this. bill clinton is a master at this. you and i remember. we were on the air during the funeral of claretta scott king. >> he didn't say nothing about religion. there's a woman in there. he beat those ministers. it's chilling how good he is. can he bring it back? can he bring back the love? >> well, you know -- >> i think it's there, myself. >> if obama had lost and if that could in some way have been blamed on the clintons even if he got the nomination and lost because they were insufficiently supported or something like that, i think there would be some lingering feelings. but he won. and he won again. and there's no reason to hold a grudge, i think. >> i like to be the sunshine guy around here, joy as
jonathan capehart wrote just today, quote, autopsies are done on dead things. every since its march 2013 release, the gop has done everything possible to stay dead. that's pretty tough. michael steele was chairman of the republican party and is now on msnbc political analyst. gentlemen, i want you to look at this. michelle goldberg, by the way is the senior contributing writer for the nation. she's also with us. the gop has had a rough time attracting to the party. said quote, if we want ethnic minority voters to support republicans, we have to engage them and show our sincerity. but republican-led legislatures in over 30 states have enacted some form of voter identification laws on those who vote democratic. it's the most egregious to depress turnout. and it's a strategy unlikely to win over african-american voters, of course. well, this weekend the republican national committee sent out a tweet that may be out of touch. it read, quote, today we remember rosa parks and her role in ending racism. that was back in the '50s. "a" shouldn't have talked about racism ending. and "b," certainly
. jonathan turley with george washington university law says the president has repeatedly crossed constitutional lines. he made recess appointments when the senate is not recess. that is not legal. he declared changes to the law, delays to the law. the law doesn't allow him to do that. in cases he's chosen not to enforce laws like immigration law. is that, is he right? is this a president crossing the constitutional line. >> has a duty to execute the law. in instances with the affordable care act. removal of the cap on out of pocket expenditures he has changed law and doesn't have authority to do. that the president said he can't wait on congress. under our system of government he has to. he has been inconsistent with article two. >> mr. attorney general, thank you for updating us appreciate it. >> thank you. >> when we come back, incredible choices for tonight's video of the day. your choice, your selection is next as we continue tonight on "hannity". if you've got copd like me, hey breathing's hard. know the feeling? copd includes emphysema and chronic bronchitis. spiriva is a o
strong jobs report so traders shaking off those federal reserve years, jonathan cortines standing by with more on in an unusual day. really good jobs report. supersolid and bonds with the ten year yield is down a little bit. >> you see the correlation between the ten year and equity market but shows us how confused this market is. go back earlier in the weekly had good economic data, good headlines and the market has slowed down or progression on fears of what good news means to the market, that it will come sooner rather than later but today now of that today the fundamentals come in to play of true investing good news is good news and this will be a progression we will see the rest of the year. the that great to see you, meridian equity partners. the unemployment rate might be at a five year low but a new report suggests getting a job that an executive level might be harder than ever. jeff flock is at a bowling alley in buffalo grove, ill. to explain. jeff: in brunswick. bowling in billiards, right there and these cars over there. the managing director, top executive. take a loo
-mile radius. just when this might be a reality, jonathan a. >> it's going to be a while, carl. convenient timing for bezos to get on national tv right before cyber monday. >> the most watched show in the country. >> their name is all over the place. it will be a long time not only because the faa isn't going to give its recommending for commercial drone regulations until 2015 but it could be a while after that before we see them certified. it's an interesting space, though. how much they could contribute to the economy. amazon spent more than $5 billion on shipping alone. this year they're on track to spend more than $6 billion. and that's what they're pay iin to fed, u.p.s., the postal service,s and others. maybe do it more cheaply with a drone fleet as the business continues to expand. >> where do you think this ranks on amazon's r&d list? is this play money? are they playing with some house money on this project? >> i think they're playing with house money. >> really? >> chris anderson, former wired editor in chief has them working on some of these same problems, figuring how to get th
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